Alright, this is a disturbing baby if you draw this baby and then realize that babies shouldn't have a lot of teeth. I honestly don't know when babies get their four big upper teeth in.
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Greetings. I hope you kids had a nice weekend and didn't do anything regretable. I had a super fantastic awesome fun time. I stayed awake for 24 hours straight on Friday. That's not normal for me. My preference is to sleep for around 12 hours.
So, here's something: why are people weird about holding doors for other people? At my workplace people hold the door for me frequently. That's great. That is polite, considerate, and not difficult. Way to go, coworkers! However, occasionally I will get to a door (and we have to use our nametags to unlock doors) around the same time/slightly after a kid who has all kinds of belongings on his person (possibly multiple people do this, I don't keep good records). Now, this person is taking all of his shit to his locker and I am probably just going to my desk carrying super heavy things like... my nametag. Why not let me open the door? And hold it open? If a person is not excessively burdened physically, there's not really a reason to not let them open the door for you if you are excessively burdened. This is a common sense thing, I believe. It also makes one wonder if we are being unnecessarily polite due to one's gender. I mean, apparent biological sex. That is called "sexism."
And, in case you were wondering, sexism is still bad even if it's "positive" sexism (which is the same sort of animal as positive racism, which is when one says somethin' like "black people are better atheletes,"). If this is the kind of thing you are inclined to do or think, consider treating people as individuals as much as possible. It is a fun experiment!
All that being said, if you wish to sexistly give me money for zero services or products, we can discuss it.
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